Friday, October 2, 2015

News, Deadlines and Deals about HLAA Convention 2016

Would You Like to Be a Presenter in the State/Chapter Workshops at HLAA Convention 2016?
Do you have something of value to share with chapter and state leaders and/or those involved in local chapters? Chapter leaders who have found a new and better way to deliver or expand their mission to their membership and communities are encouraged to submit proposals. December 4, 2015, is the deadline to submit. 

Use the Call for Papers form found here on hearingloss.org. Scroll down to State/Chapter Workshops, download the form and email it to Nancy Macklin. Note: the Chapter/State workshops use a separate submission form than for all the other workshops.)

Registration for Convention – Early-Bird Registration is Open!
State and Chapter Leaders, again this year, can receive 4 discounted registrations per chapter for leaders PLUS one delegate registration which you might consider using for someone whom you are grooming for a leadership position. Registrations cannot be processed unless we have received a current State/Chapter Update Form on the Leader Support Section of hearingloss.org.

Honor HLAA’s Finest with an Award – 2016 Award Nominations Ope
Deadline for awards submission is December 4, 2015
HLAA honors individuals, chapters and state organizations that have an impact with their membership and in their communities. Nomination applications are available now. The awards are presented during the Awards Breakfast & Ceremony at HLAA Convention 2016, on Sunday, June 26, 2016.

When Should Your Chapter or State Organization Submit an Update Form?

  • When there is a change of address, leader, meeting place or other changes.
  • When you are requesting the discounted registrations for HLAA Conventions.
  • Always by October 1 each year even if you have no changes. 


Please use the most current Update form. We can serve you better if we have all the information about you.


Thank you to everyone who works their hearts out in HLAA Chapters and States on behalf of people with hearing loss. 

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